3 edition of Fairmile ships of the Royal Australian Navy found in the catalog.
Fairmile ships of the Royal Australian Navy
|Statement||edited by Peter Evans.|
|Contributions||Evans, Peter., Fairmile Association.|
|LC Classifications||D779.A8 F35 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1 > :|
|LC Control Number||2002489781|
Fairmiles in RNZN Service This class of vessel was developed in by the Admiralty and the Fairmile Marine Co from the Fairmile A-class three shaft launches. During the Second World War these launches were used for anti-submarine patrols off Guadalcanal, Tulagi and the Russell Islands. The essential historical reference on British warships—fully revised. “Right at the top of the ‘must have’ list A book which will get much use ” (Royal Navy and Maritime Book Reviews).This is the fourth fully revised edition of a book first published in This longevity is testimony to its enduring value as a reference work—indeed, “Colledge,” as the book is.
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Ship History Built during at Greenpoint Naval Boatyard at Sydney. Delivered to the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) as B Type Fairmile Motor Launch ML under the command of Lt. Harold Venables. While in Australia, Venables traded a bottle of scotch for a pair of extra caliber machine guns to provide extra armament. Wartime History. This series comprises the Reports of Proceeding (ROPS) created by the units of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) from the Second World War until the s. Reports of Proceedings (ROPs) are the official record of activities of the Royal Australian Navy's commands, vessels, shore establishments, administrative authorities and installations.
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The Fairmile ships were the small ships of the British and Australian navies. They were commissioned on the outbreak of the Second World War to fill an important role in navies that believed that size mattered. The Fairmiles were seen as having /5(3).
Reviewed by Max Thomson. Of all the ‘wet’ ships in the Royal Australian Navy during WW2, few if any were ‘wetter’ than the Fairmile patrol vessels. As the smallest of the Navy’s ocean-going vessels, their crews copped incessant drubbings as the Fairmiles embraced a spectrum of incredible assignments, so many of which they were never designed for.
These patrol vessels, described by newsmen as mini gunboats. During World War Two, the Royal Australian Navy decided to employ Fairmile ships, to provide a fast craft for escort duties, antisubmarine activities, carrying commandos and raiding Japanese-held were built in Australia and Volume I of this series described their construction and service in Australian and nearby waters.
Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Format: Book; : ill., maps, ports., plans, facsims. ; 26 cm. Fairmile ships of the Royal Australian Navy / edited by Peter Evans Australian Military History Publications Loftus.
Fairmile Ships of the Royal Australian Navy Volume 1. Peter Evans (ed.), The Fairmile Association In April the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) Elizabeth's Bookshops have been one of Australia's premier independent book dealers since Elizabeth's family-owned business operates four branches in Perth CBD, Fremantle (WA), and Newtown.
Fairmile Ships of the Royal Australian Navy Vol II by P Evans and R Thompson During World War Two, the Royal Australian Navy decided to employ Fairmile ships, to provide a fast craft for escort duties, antisubmarine activities, carrying commandos and raiding Japanese-held were built in Australia and Volume I of this series described their construction and service in Australian and nearby.
Fairmile Ships of the Australian Navy Vol II Book Fairmile Ships of the Royal Australian Navy Vol II by P Evans and R Thompson During World War Two, the Royal Australian Navy decided to employ Fairmile ships, to provide a fast craft for escort duties, anti submarine activities, carrying commandos and raiding Japanese-held were built in Australia and Volume I of this series described their.
'Fairmile Ships of the Royal Australian Navy Volumes I & II', The Fairmile Association, Australian Military History Publications, 'Report on Operation BULLDOZER, January ' by Commanding Officer HMAML1 February 'Report on COBRA Landing, Department of Army', 2 February 'Special and Secret', Time Life Books, Publisher: Australian Military History Publications During World War Two, the Royal Australian Navy decided to employ Fairmile ships to provide a fast craft for escort duties, anti-submarine activities, carrying commandos and raiding Japanese-held bases.
The Fairmiles serving the Royal Australian Navy were “B” type MLs with a speed of approximately 20 knots, although ML constructed by Wright Ship Building Yards in Brisbane achieved knots. The ML’s complement varied from 17 to 23 (normally 3 officers), but up to 50 soldiers were frequently carried.
Machine derived contents note: Illustrations and Maps --Foreword --Introduction Background To Fairmiles Australians Overseas The Decision Construction The Base Life Aboard A Fairmile Convoys On The East Coast Darwin Preparing For Operation 'Mosquito' Timor Rescue Darwin Between Operations Fairmiles and In Darwin Operation.
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Hide note. ML was one of eleven Fairmile motor launches built by Halvorsens of Sydney. In April the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) recognised the need for a vessel which could be built locally and used in the coastal waters of Australia, New Guinea, the Dutch East Indies and their surrounding islands.
The general location of the Fairmile Ships of the Royal Australian Navy plaque is indicated by a red poppy on the map below. Under the Memorial's former Plaque Dedication Program, members of the Australian armed forces who died during war or on operational service were honoured by a plaque.
Since its foundation inthe Royal Australian Navy has operated a large number of vessels, including various types of warship, support and supply craft, and auxiliary vessels drawn from civilian service when required.
FAIRMILE SHIPS OF THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY. In honour of all who served in Fairmiles, Harbour Defence Motor Launches, and other small vessels during the Second World War in Australian waters and the South-West Pacific Area.
ML was the first of 35 Fairmiles built in Australia. These ships were known by their numbers, not names. REFERENCE BOOKS "Royal Australian Navy A - Z, Ships, Aircraft and Shore Establishments" by J.H.
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Description. Title: Fairmile Ships of the Royal Australian Navy – Volume I Author: Evans, Peter Condition: Near Mint Edition: 1st Edition Publication Date: ISBN: Cover: Hard Cover without Dust Jacket – pages Comments: A fascinating book that covers the experiences and recollections of the crews of the Fairmiles, the HDMLs, and the ASRs of the Royal Australian Navy.
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supporters of this project appendices 1 sources and bibliography 2 glossary and abbreviatins 3 ranks and log books 4 enemy submarine attacks 5 construction and commissioning 6 commonwealth naval orders 7 war cabinet agenda 8 department of navy minute.
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